Publications

Black Underworld

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Michael "Fray" Salters (above center-in hat) has been dead thirty years but his name still carries weight up and down the drug corridors on the East Coast; including his home base of Washington, D.C. […]http://www.gorillaconvict.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/panache.jpg ... [Continue Reading]

Drug Boss: Frank Matthews

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In the 1970s the heroin market in the United States was dominated by a black distributor named Frank Matthews who operated out of New York. He was the most notable black figure on the east coast at the time […]http://gangstersinc.ning.com/profiles/blogs/drug-boss-frank-matthews ... [Continue Reading]

Outlaw Heroes

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American popular culture has long been infatuated with the bad guys. In the pantheon of outlaw heroes a large number of mythical figures have become a part of American folklore […] http://www.topnewsreports.com/1234/may11/report005.html ... [Continue Reading]

Growing Gorilla Convict

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When I first came up with the idea to form Gorilla Convict Publications in 2005, I didn’t know what would become of the company or where it would take me. I didn’t have a plan, only a purpose and a vision […]http://oosaonlinebookclub.com/?page_id=573 ... [Continue Reading]

Rick Ross the Rapper vs. Rick Ross the Drug Dealer

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In this modern day age of multi-media, the Internet and popular culture proliferation, the barriers between criminal exploits and entertainment have been juxtaposed, blurring the already thin lines between reality and Hollywood make believe […] http://www.topnewsreports.com/1234/feb12/report003.html ... [Continue Reading]